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Chaos at Amsterdam airport amid large crowds and staff shortages
Cancellations, strikes, staff shortages and delays cause chaos at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport as May holidays get underway
Ten men from same family arrested in Amsterdam for money laundering
Dutch police seized more than €1.4 million during the arrest, suspecting that the large sums of money originated from international drug trafficking.
Netherlands: There’s more to do in the Lowlands than getting high
As the Dutch government relaxes COVID-19 restrictions for all travellers, we take a look at the top seven tourist destinations you need to visit on your next trip to the Netherlands.
What is 'extractive tourism' and what can we do about it?
'Overtourism' has become a popular phrase to describe mass travel to any one location. But what exactly is extractive tourism?
Indonesian war of independence explored in new Amsterdam exhibition
The exhibit is jointly curated by Dutch and Indonesian curators but has already courted controversy over some language used.
Rembrandt's 'The Night Watch' lies 'flat on its belly' for restoration
Completed in 1642, the painting, which measures 3.8 x 4.5 metres and weighs 337 kilograms, is rich in details. It portrays the captain of an Amsterdam city militia ordering his men into action.
Dutch concert halls reopen as hair salons in COVID-19 lockdown protest
The move saw people getting their nails done in front of Van Gogh paintings and haircuts given as the Concertgebouw orchestra performed.
Tulip season begins in Amsterdam with bouquets thrown from canal boat
Normally, organisers set up a flower garden in front of the royal palace. But this year, for distancing, things are a little different.
Investigation shines light on betrayal of Anne Frank and family
A cold case team has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario” of who betrayed Jewish teenage diarist Anne Frank and her family.
Canal boat gives away free flowers to mark start of tulip season
Tulips on a canal boat: what could be more Dutch? The vessel meanders through Amsterdam's World Heritage Listed waterways, handing out bouquets to members of the public. This stunt marks National Tulip Day.
Art Trends 2022: Exploring the outside world and colonial legacies
The European art world is increasingly commissioning content that explores and confronts the continent's uncomfortable colonial legacies.
Lost and found: a silent film hits the big screen after 100 years
A Russian documentary by renowned director, Dziga Vertov, that was once thought to be lost, has been restored and played for audiences at the International Documentary Festival of Amsterdam.
Two more suspects arrested over high-speed Amsterdam robbery in May
The arrests in France and Belgium bring the total number of suspects in custody to eight.
How are 'bubble curtains' keeping plastic out of the sea?
The Dutch team have revealed the next place where they will be fighting river pollution with their smart technology.
Naked cycle in Amsterdam for bike safety awareness
Dozens of naked cyclists take to Amsterdam's streets to protest the use of cars polluting the environment and to create awareness for cyclist safety during this year's annual World Naked Bike Ride.
Smart thinking: a glimpse into the future of Europe's cities
Business Planet heads to Amsterdam to see why the city is embracing Artificial Intelligence and other connected technologies to make things run better and more livable.
Why are these popular destinations saying no to tourists?
As most countries are trying to tempt back tourists, these destinations are trying to keep them out. We've find out why.
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Italian alleged mobster who bought stolen Van Goghs arrested in Dubai
Raffaele Imperiale has been wanted by Italian police since two stolen Van Goghs, thought to have been bought with criminal cash, were found in a farmhouse he owned outside Naples.
Dutch crime reporter Peter R de Vries wounded in shooting in Amsterdam
The prominent journalist, known for his reporting on the Dutch criminal underworld, is in a serious condition in hospital.
Amsterdam mayor apologises for city fathers' role in slavery
The mayor of Amsterdam apologised for the involvement of the Dutch capital's former governors in the global slave trade.
These are the unmissable sites of the 11 Euro 2020 host cities
As football teams across Europe battle it out in the Euro 2020 competition, we take a look at some of the lesser-known sites the host cities have to offer.
One killed, four injured in Amsterdam stabbing
In a statement early Saturday, police said the team investigating the attacks is “keeping all options open, but at the moment has no direct indication of a terrorist motive.”
One dead as armed robbery sparks gunfight with police near Amsterdam
A suspected armed robber died and seven others were arrested following a dramatic police chase and gunfight near Amsterdam.
Amsterdam to become first city in the world to ban this type of advert
The Dutch capital city is on a mission to become more sustainable and sets a good example for the rest of Europe in doing so.
Sleep and the city: Where's the best location for a good night's sleep
Did you know that what city you're in affects how you sleep? Here's a round-up of the cities where residents are getting the best sleep - and why.
Will Europe's financial capitals steal London's crown, post-Brexit?
Boris Johnson said Brexit would enable the City of London to 'prosper as never before'. But the winners so far are the likes of Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt and Paris.